How we deliver educational purposes in daily activities

  • Constructions – Our kids are enjoying playing blocks, building the castle, making something useful with their creative minds and skillful hands.
  • Arts and Crafts – When creating arts and crafts, children are able to develop their fine motor skills. Artwork also enables children to expand their sense of colors.
  • Little Chefs – Cooking helps kids learn about different foods and develop healthy eating habits. Cooking plays as a key part of culture and family traditions.
  • Language Week – International Languages Week is an annual event held in New Zealand to promote understanding of multiple languages and culture.
  • Exploring Science -We always encourage children to question their surroundings, discuss with teachers so that we learn and grow together.

How we build cultural diversity and pride

  • Easter Day– Fun activities were designed for Easter including dressing up like bunnies, making bunny masks, painting easter eggs and going for egg hunt.
  • Mother’s Day– Mother’s day cards are the best ways to express our best wishes for  moms. This year we celebrated it with “THANK YOU, MUM” morning tea take-away.
  • Matariki Night – Celebrating Maori new year and having whanau family night, we built closer bonding with all families as well as embracing diversity.
  • Birthday Celebration – We are truly blessed to have those loving and caring parents to partner with us along every milestone of our tamariki.
  • Graduation – We are proud of  our children’s development with great joy seeing them walking confidently towards next brilliant journey.

How we encourage discovery and exploration of nature

  • Butterfly Creek – Excursions are an interesting way to develop children’s confidence and curiosity as they are able to explore and understand the outside world.
  • Ambury Farm -When spending time with animals, children build all-important senses of connection, empathy and caring  so that they master a sense of responsibility.
  • Kite Flying – Our children got some ideas of man-lifting kites which were made for entertainment and then development of the first aircraft.
  • Gardening– Planting is one of the easiest ways to improve the environment and beautify our surroundings. Plants also help reduce our carbon footprints.

Constructions

Arts and Crafts

Little Chef

Celebrating language weeks

Science

Easter Day

Mother’s Day

 Matariki Night

Birthday Celebrations

Graduation

Excursion on Bufferfly Creek

Visiting Ambury farm

Kite Flying

Gardening

OPENING HOURS

Monday – Friday
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM

ADDRESS

99 Portage Road,
Papatoetoe,
Auckland, 2025,
New Zealand

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Fun ‘n’ Play Childcare Centre is a privately owned, offering a nurturing home like environment for children from 2 to 5 years.
Fun ‘n’ Play Childcare offers 20 hours ECE for 3 to 5 year olds with a specialised transition to school programme.